This amazing bungee jump will take place on Saturday 29th June 2019, from 9am – 7pm, at Aberdeen Beach Boulevard.
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Highlands And Islands Airports to be Hit by Industrial Action
Airports that will be directly affected are Dundee, Inverness, Wick, Kirkwall, Sumburgh, Stornoway, and Benbecula.
Air Discount Scheme Extended
“We also want to encourage people to come to these areas to study, so students at the seven colleges within the eligible areas will now also be able to sign up to the scheme.”
Escalation of Industrial Action As Offshore Workers are Issued with Redundancy Notices
Aker and Petrofac have issued redundancy notices and begun a consultation period on terminating and re-engaging all workers. A thirty day (Aker) and forty-five day (Petrofac) consultation period will begin respectively for both companies.
Fergus Ewing: ‘I don’t know of any sector of the economy that can work without EU workers.’
Population decline with a crisis in staffing our public services was one of the messages delivered loud and clear at The Convention of the Highlands and Islands (CoHI) when it met in Orkney on Monday 4th of March.
First Frogspawn!!!!! And Accompanying Frog…………..
“As I walked down the garden one morning last week, to feed the birds, I heard splashing’s, then I saw leaping’s, then I heard “Ribbit ribbit ribbit”.”
Full Circle: An Orkney family reunited after 200 years separated by distance and culture (Part 3)
“In May, 1782 Magnus is again mentioned in the Cumberland House records as having been off hunting, returning with 28 geese.”
Olive Farming : Rooted in Time and Tradition
‘Olive farming is about heritage, it’s not just about money. We inherit this land from our parents and we give it to our children.’ Belal Eid, Jorat Amra Cooperative
Full Circle:An Orkney family reunited after 200 years Separated by distance and culture (Part 2)
“In September the same year Magnus hurt his ankle which became much swelled but was sent to set up a settlement in order to hunt food for Cumberland House. There he also carried out general carpenter’s work.”
Looking Up, in Kirkwall Part 3: Albert Street and Bridge Street
“And so, onto Albert Street, where we noticed the pleasing symmetry of the niches on the top story of the Bank of Scotland building, opposite another green plaque, commemorating Malcolm Laing, on the wall of The Tree Shop”